Beatrixkwartier

The Beatrixkwartier (literally Beatrix Quarter in Dutch) is a modern financial district in The Hague, near the Central Station, in the Bezuidenhout district. The name was thought up when they were renewing the Beatrixlaan. Officially this area is the strip of buildings along the Utrechtsebaan from Nationale Nederlanden to the Palace of Justice. Besides Nationale Nederlanden, many large international companies such as KPN, Siemens, PostNL, Sdu, Deloitte, Q8 and MN Services are located here.

Beatrixkwartier
Neighbourhood of The Hague
RandstadRail station Beatrixkwartier, nicknamed The 'Netkous' or Fishnet Stocking, with neighbouring skyscrapers
RandstadRail station Beatrixkwartier, nicknamed The 'Netkous' or Fishnet Stocking, with neighbouring skyscrapers
Coordinates: 52°04′42″N 4°20′16″E / 52.07833°N 4.33778°E / 52.07833; 4.33778
Country Netherlands
ProvinceSouth Holland
MunicipalityThe Hague
BoroughHaagse Hout
Time zoneCET (UTC+01)
 • Summer (DST)CEST (UTC+02)
Area code(s)070
Websitehttp://www.beatrixkwartier.nl

The Beatrixkwartier also hosts the World Trade Center The Hague in the Prinsenhof building.[1]

The Prinsenhof building, host to WTC The Hague

The central axis of the quarter is the Prinses Beatrixlaan along with the Beatrixkwartier RandstadRail station halfway past the Netkous-viaduct, which opened on October 29, 2006. Furthermore, the neighborhood is intersected by the Utrechtsebaan (A12).

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Coordinates: 52°04′42″N 4°20′16″E / 52.07833°N 4.33778°E / 52.07833; 4.33778